This document provides requirements and recommendations for the maintenance, use, storage, and inspection of pilot ladders.

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This document specifies the requirements for the approval, installation and maintenance of low-location lighting systems as defined in Chapter II-2, Regulation 13.3.2.5.1 of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 (SOLAS 74), as amended in 2000, and detailed in Chapter 11 of the International Code for Fire Safety Systems (FSS Code).

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This document specifies technical requirements for systems designed to detect a person who has gone overboard from a ship. This document does not cover man overboard (MOB) detection systems that require the passengers or crew to wear or carry a device to trigger an MOB event.

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This document specifies general design principles for shipboard safety signs, fire control plan signs, markings and notices intended to communicate safety-related information to persons on board ships.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to the technical training of personnel for the maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization, effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It specifies the training requirements for the Level 1 controlled environment education and technical training for personnel certified by a manufacturer or an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. The Level 1 training is split into two Stages, both covered in this document: — Stage 1, Service Technician technical controlled environment education and training, has five modules that consist of classroom-based theory followed by practical sessions. The five modules encompass the scope and range of technical knowledge and skills required to assume type specific design coverage of survival craft, release systems, davits and winches. The modules focus on supporting the requirements in part of the IMO Requirements, paragraphs 8.1, 8.2.1.1-8.2.1.6, 8.2.2, and 8.2.3. — Stage 2, Service Technician technical controlled environment experience and assessment, where candidates undertake a minimum of four supervised scenarios-based practical exercises assessments covering the range of type specific complete systems for which they will be certified. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-1, ISO/PAS 23678-2 and ISO/PAS 23678-4. This document is applicable to the following types of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats), rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. Survival craft types: a) single fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; b) twin fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; c) partially enclosed lifeboats; d) tender lifeboats; e) freefall lifeboats; f) open lifeboat; g) inflatable rescue boats; h) rigid rescue boats; i) semi ridged inflatable rescue boats; j) rigid fast rescue boats; k) rigid inflatable fast rescue boats. Survival craft propulsion system types: a) inboard diesel engines; b) outboard engines; c) propeller drives; d) jet drives. Davit types: a) gravity single and twin fall outrigger; b) hydraulic single pivoting/luffing; c) hydraulic multi pivot/luffing; d) telescopic; e) gravity roller track; f) gravity free fall primary; g) free fall hydraulic secondary; h) A-frame hydraulic; i) single arm slewing (manual, electric); j) davits with stored power systems. Winch types: a) twin drum; b) single drum; c) gravity-lowering, electric hoisting; d) gravity-lowering hydraulic hoisting; e) hydraulic hoisting and lowering. Hook release system types: a) on-load/off load (load not over centre); b) on-load/offload (load over centre); c) off load; d) freefall hydraulic; e) automatic.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to training and assessment of personnel to enable them to establish and maintain the required competencies in relation to maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization, effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It specifies the initial training programme for personnel certified by a manufacture or by an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. This document specifies the training requirements for Initial Service Technician training only. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-1, ISO/PAS 23678-3 and ISO/PAS 23678-4. This document is applicable to the following types of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats), rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. Survival craft types: a) single fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; b) twin fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; c) partially enclosed lifeboats; d) tender lifeboats; e) freefall lifeboats; f) open lifeboat; g) inflatable rescue boats; h) rigid rescue boats; i) semi ridged inflatable rescue boats; j) rigid fast rescue boats; k) rigid inflatable fast rescue boats. Survival craft propulsion system types: a) inboard diesel engines; b) outboard engines; c) propeller drives; d) jet drives. Davit types: a) gravity single and twin fall outrigger; b) hydraulic single pivoting/luffing; c) hydraulic multi pivot/luffing; d) telescopic; e) gravity roller track; f) gravity free fall primary; g) free fall hydraulic secondary; h) A-frame hydraulic; i) single arm slewing (manual, electric); j) davits with stored power systems. Winch types: a) twin drum; b) single drum; c) gravity lowering, electric hoisting; d) gravity lowering, hydraulic hoisting; e) hydraulic hoisting and lowering. Hook release system types: a) on-load/off load(load not over centre); b) on-load/offload (load over centre); c) off load; d) freefall hydraulic; e) automatic.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to the in-field competence assessment of personnel for the maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization, effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It specifies the Level 2 in-field initial and ongoing competence assessment for personnel certified by a manufacturer or an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. The training an individual receives whilst following a development process is covered in ISO/PAS 23678-2 and ISO/PAS 23678-3. The competence requirements contained in this document provide a clear description of performance in-field in respect to: a) what practitioners are expected to do; b) the underpinning knowledge and skills they require to enable them to do what is expected; c) how they can demonstrate what is expected of them; d) how their performance can be assessed. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-1, ISO/PAS 23678-2 and ISO/PAS 23678-4. This document is applicable to the following types of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats), rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. Survival craft types: a) single fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; b) twin fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; c) partially enclosed lifeboats; d) tender lifeboats; e) freefall lifeboats; f) open lifeboat; g) inflatable rescue boats; h) rigid rescue boats; i) semi ridged inflatable rescue boats; j) rigid fast rescue boats; k) rigid inflatable fast rescue boats. Survival craft propulsion system types: a) inboard diesel engines; b) outboard engines; c) propeller drives; d) jet drives. Davit types: a) gravity single and twin fall outrigger; b) hydraulic single pivoting/luffing; c) hydraulic multi pivot/luffing; d) telescopic; e) gravity roller track; f) gravity free fall primary; g) free fall hydraulic secondary; h) A-frame hydraulic; i) single arm slewing (manual, electric); j) davits with stored power systems. Winch types: a) twin drum; b) single drum; c) gravity-lowering, electric hoisting; d) gravity-lowering hydraulic hoisting; e) hydraulic hoisting and lowering. Hook release system types: a) on-load/off load(load not over centre); b) on-load/offload (load over centre); c) off load; d) freefall hydraulic; e) automatic.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to training personnel to enable them to establish and maintain the required competencies in relation to maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization and effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It describes the competence route, resources, facilities and certification requirements for personnel trained by a manufacturer or by an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. This document also sets out the competence route of the candidate, and the resources that the training provider needs to deliver the training. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-2, ISO/PAS 23678-3 and ISO/PAS 23678-4.

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This document specifies requirements for the general performance, materials, stowage, marking and testing of recovery devices and systems, including specific appliances. It also specifies requirements for the manufacturer concerning production, type approvals, instructions for use and accompanying documentation. It is intended to assist in the selection of ship-specific recovery devices suitable for the purpose of safely recovering persons from the water or from survival craft.

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This document specifies performance and testing requirements for gas inflation systems for inflatable life-saving appliances. NOTE It is suitable for inflatable life-saving appliances complying with the requirements of the 1974 Safety of Life at Sea Convention (SOLAS 74), as amended, and the IMO International Life-Saving Appliance Code (LSA Code) as amended, adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.48(66). This document applies to gas inflation systems which consist of an inflation gas, a gas cylinder valve, a gas cylinder operating head, high-pressure hoses, and pressure-relief/transfer, inflate/deflate and non-return valves. This document addresses only systems in which compressed inflation gas in cylinders is used as the inflation medium. National requirements for qualification, use, and testing of gas cylinders vary widely. Such requirements for gas cylinders are not addressed in this document, but it is presupposed that gas cylinders meet the requirements of the applicable regulatory bodies. The systems addressed in this document are of the type generally used in life-saving appliances, such as survival craft, marine evacuation systems, and means of rescue. Systems used in personal life-saving appliances, such as inflatable lifejackets, are addressed in ISO 12402-7.

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This document, in conjunction with ISO 18079-1, specifies provisions for servicing stations conducting servicing of immersion suits, anti-exposure suits and constant wear suits, including, but not limited to, those subject to IMO regulations, recommendations and guidelines.

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This document provides specifications for a test of marine evacuation systems (MES) under conditions of icing in support of the requirement in paragraph 6.2.2.1.8 of the International Life-saving Appliance (LSA) Code.

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This document specifies requirements for pilot ladders of a ship, which are provided to enable a maritime pilot to embark and disembark from a ship safely against a vertical portion of the ship's hull. It is applicable to merchant ships which embark and disembark maritime pilots with the ship underway.

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This document specifies requirements for the design, performance and prototype testing of sea anchors fitted to survival craft (lifeboats and liferafts) and rescue boats in accordance with the IMO International Life-Saving Appliance Code.

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This document, in conjunction with ISO 18079‑2, ISO 18079‑3, ISO 18079‑4 and ISO 18079‑5, states general provisions for servicing stations for inflatable life-saving appliances including, but not limited to, those subject to SOLAS III/20.8.

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This document, in conjunction with ISO 18079‑1, provides provisions for servicing stations servicing inflated rescue boats referred to in SOLAS III/20.8. This document is applicable to non-SOLAS inflated rescue boats, as appropriate.

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This document, in conjunction with ISO 18079‑1, provides provisions for servicing stations servicing inflatable life rafts referred to in SOLAS III/20.8. This document is applicable to non-SOLAS inflatable life rafts, as appropriate.

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This document, in conjunction with ISO 18079‑1, provides provisions for servicing stations for marine evacuation systems referred to in SOLAS III (20.8). This document is applicable to non-SOLAS marine evacuation systems, as appropriate.

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This document, in conjunction with ISO 18079‑1, provides provisions for servicing stations conducting servicing of inflatable lifejackets, including, but not limited to, those subject to SOLAS III/20.8.

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ISO 19891-1:2017 provides specifications on performance, gases to be measured, sensitivities, indications, alarm levels, protection against shock, temperature and water ingress, and testing requirements of portable gas detectors used for atmosphere testing of enclosed spaces onboard ships prior to entry into those spaces. ISO 19891-1:2017 specifies suitable portable gas detectors for compliance with SOLAS regulation XI-1/7 "Atmosphere testing instrument for enclosed spaces", and may be used for deciding whether portable gas detectors available on the market are suitable for compliance with these SOLAS requirements. NOTE 1 SOLAS regulation XI-1/7 requires appropriate portable atmosphere testing instrument or instruments to be carried onboard ships, by 1 July 2016. The SOLAS regulation requires, as a minimum, the appropriate portable atmosphere testing instrument or instruments to be capable of measuring concentrations of oxygen, flammable gases or vapours, hydrogen sulphide and carbon monoxide prior to entry into enclosed spaces. For the purpose of measurement of concentrations of flammable gases or vapours, this document specifies the flammable gas as either "methane" or "propane and butane", and requires clear marking of types of flammable gases which can be measured by the portable gas detectors. Flammable vapours/gases which are not marked cannot be measured or detected by the portable gas detector. NOTE 2 Iso-butane is an alternative calibration gas of portable gas detectors in measuring propane and butane. ISO 19891-1:2017 does not give any indication of toxicity of the flammable gases.

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ISO 16707:2016 specifies a procedure for the evaluation and determination of the capacity of a marine evacuation system as required by the International Maritime Organization Life-Saving Appliance Code (LSA Code) and as an alternative to the procedure specified in Resolution MSC.81(70) part 1/12.6.1.

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ISO 16706:2016 specifies a calculation method for the application of a static load test to the structural attachment of marine evacuation systems to ships.

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ISO 7364:2016 specifies requirements and characteristics of ships' accommodation ladder winches provided with hydraulic, pneumatic, electric or manual drive. ISO 7364:2016 is applicable to the design and test of accommodation ladder winches. ISO 7364:2016 does not include requirements for the prime mover used to operate the winch.

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ISO 5488:2015 specifies requirements and the method of test for accommodation ladders used on merchant ships (excluding passenger ships) to enable crew and pilots to embark and disembark safely. ISO 5488:2015 is applicable to the design, manufacturing and testing of accommodation ladders as well as accommodation ladder used specifically in combination with pilot ladder (hereinafter referred as "pilot accommodation ladder").

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ISO 7061:2015 specifies requirements for aluminium shore gangways. ISO 7061:2015 applies to gangways designed to be carried on board ships, to provide a lightweight, convenient and safe means of access from ship to shore, for use primarily by the ship's crew. These gangways may also be used for access from ship to ship when conditions are favourable. ISO 7061:2015 applies to gangways suitable for use horizontally or inclined up to an angle of 30° from the horizontal. For angles of inclination less than 55°, special consideration of the design of steps and decking may be necessary. The gangways to which this International Standard applies are not intended to carry wheeled traffic such as loaded trolleys. Users of this International Standard, while observing its requirements, should, at the same time, ensure compliance with any statutory requirements, rules and regulations, applicable to the individual ship concerned.

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ISO 15371:2015 applies to the design, testing, and operation of pre-engineered fire extinguishing systems to protect the galley hoods, ducts, fryers and other grease-laden appliances. Pre-engineered fire-extinguishing system units are also required to comply with requirements for the construction and components performance as applicable to specific types, designs, sizes and arrangements. ISO 15371:2015 also provides minimum requirements for the testing and evaluation of components.

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ISO 19292:2014 specifies requirements, test methods, and performance criteria for point-type, resettable flame detectors that operate using radiation from a flame, for use in fire detection systems installed on ships. ISO 19292:2014 references ISO 7240-10 for requirements common to both terrestrial and marine applications and adds the requirements applicable to installations in the shipboard environment.

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ISO 24409-2:­2014 prescribes standardized signs and safety notices specifically for use on board ships. Each sign is categorized and indexed according to the safety message that is to be conveyed. Each sign is provided with relevant information on the preferred format of use, the context in which it is used and displayed as well as a description of the intended audience. The shape and colour required to be used for each sign, as prescribed by ISO 3864-4, are given together with the graphical symbols contained within each sign. ISO 24409-2:2014 specifies the sign originals that may be scaled for reproduction and application purposes. It includes signs which require supplementary text signs to be used in conjunction with them to improve comprehension. This catalogue is intended to be under continual revision as new shipboard signs and notices are added and as new requirements are identified and corresponding safety signs and notices are developed and standardised. Where an ISO 7010 reference number is given in ISO 24409-2:2014 it means that the sign is identical to the one in ISO 7010.

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ISO 24409-3:2014 is intended to provide for the consistent use of shipboard safety and fire control plan signs, guidance on their location and size, and for the use of appropriate graphical symbols and supplementary text to furnish additional directional information. ISO 24409-3:2014 does not apply to low-location lighting systems (or components of such systems) which are covered in ISO 15370.

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1.1 This International Standard specifies requirements, test methods and performance criteria for resettable oil mist detectors for use in fire hazard alarm systems installed on marine vessels. Oil mist detectors may be installed where an identified risk of fire caused by ignition of flammable liquids, such as hydraulic, fuel and lubricating oil systems, exists. 1.2 This International Standard specifies requirements for the following detectors: — point type detectors employing a point aspirating sampling device or relying on dispersion of oil mist; — aspirating detectors, whereby the sampling point is separated from the sensing unit(s) and uses a pipe network for carrying the sampling air to the sensing unit(s); — open path or beam type detectors, whereby the concept of the point detector is expanded to a sampling path which can be 20 m or more, as opposed to a few centimeters in the point type detector. 1.3 For the testing of other types of detector working on different principles, this International Standard is only for guidance. Detectors with special characteristics and developed for specific risks, as well as those

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ISO 23269-2:2011 specifies self-contained breathing apparatus for fire-fighters on board ships, which are required to be carried on ships by Part C (Containment of Fire) of chapter II-2 of the 1974 International Convention of Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS 74), as amended, and chapter 3 of the International Code for Fire Safety Systems (FSS Code). Although the breathing apparatus manufactured in accordance with ISO 23269-2:2011 are intended for use in fighting small to medium magnitude fires before the operation of any installed fixed fire-fighting systems, they are not intended or suitable for direct entry into flames.

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ISO 13122:2011 specifies requirements for the performance, design, construction, operation, safety, inspection, maintenance, and testing and acceptance of launching appliances for davit-launched liferafts installed on a variety of sea-going ships.

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ISO 22488:2011 specifies the protective clothing, gloves, boots and helmet to be used by ships' crews in fighting fires on board ships. These outfits are appropriate for the fighting of small- to medium-magnitude fires, before the operation of any installed fixed fire-fighting systems, and are not intended or suitable for entry into flames.

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ISO 23269-3:2011 provides performance specifications of the self-contained air-breathing apparatus (SCBA) (not using stored oxygen) required by the IMO IBC Code (for bulk chemicals) and the IMO IGC Code (for gas carriers) developed by the International Maritime Organization. The breathing apparatus manufactured in accordance with ISO 23269-3:2011 constitutes an element of the set of safety equipment which permits personnel to enter a gas-filled compartment and perform work there. The breathing apparatus is not intended for use in fighting fires or suitable for entry into flames.

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ISO 23269-4:2010 provides performance specifications for the self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) required by paragraph 14.2.8.2 of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) International Bulk Chemical (IBC) Code and paragraph 14.4.2.2 of the IMO International Gas Carrier (IGC) Code for emergency escape. Apparatus complying with ISO 23269-4:2010 are not intended for fire-fighting, cargo handling, or approach or entry into flames.

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ISO 15370:2010 specifies the requirements for the approval, installation and maintenance of low-location lighting systems as defined in Chapter II-2, Regulation 13.3.2.5.1 of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 (SOLAS 1974), as amended in 2000 and the IMO International Code for Fire Safety Systems.

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ISO 17338:2009 specifies the design and layout of drawings for indicating the fire rating of thermal and structural boundaries (divisions) for fire protection of ships.

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ISO 27991:2008 specifies means of communication between a marine evacuation system (MES) embarkation station and the platform or survival craft secured to the end of system passage as required by SOLAS regulation III/6.4.4.

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ISO 22673:2008 defines certain terms for launching appliances for free-fall lifeboats and specifies the requirements for design, construction, acceptance, examination, performance, operation and maintenance. ISO 22673:2008 is applicable to the launching appliances which use inclined ramps to launch free-fall lifeboats from ships and from offshore platforms.

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ISO 5489:2007 specifies requirements for a ship's embarkation ladder that is provided to enable safe embarkation of waterborne survival craft along a vertical portion of the ship's hull. It is applicable to merchant ships required to carry embarkation ladders under Chapter III of the 1974 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), as amended. National maritime safety administrations are urged to accept ladders complying with this International Standard on their ships, as complying fully with the requirements of SOLAS.

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ISO 23269-1:2008 provides performance specifications for emergency escape breathing devices (EEBD) required by regulation in Part D of chapter II-2 of the 1974 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), as amended in 2000, and chapter 3 of the IMO International Code for Fire Safety Systems (FSS Code). These devices are intended to supply air or oxygen needed to escape from accommodation and machinery spaces with a hazardous atmosphere. They are not intended for use in fighting fires, entering oxygen-deficient voids or tanks, or to be worn by fire-fighters.

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ISO 18813:2006 specifies design, performance, and use of various items of survival equipment carried in survival craft and rescue boats complying with the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), 1974 (as amended), and the International Maritime Organization Life-Saving Appliance Code (LSA Code). For many items, it also includes guidelines for maintenance and periodic inspections by Administrations or ships' crews.

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This International Standard specifies the requirements of performances, design, construction, safety, maintenance and test of launching appliances for davit-launched lifeboats. This International Standard is applicable to launching appliances for davit-launched lifeboats as well as launching appliances for davit-launched rescue boats on every kind of sea-going ship, including launching appliances for fast rescue boats on ro-ro passenger ships, but is not applicable to launching appliances for free-fall lifeboats. This International Standard is also a reference for similar appliances on inland ships. NOTE Every provision in this standard, unless expressly stated otherwise, is also applicable to launching appliances for davit-launched rescue boats.

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ISO 15736:2006 specifies production tests and inspections, conformity assessment procedures, and marking requirements for life-saving appliances that utilize pyrotechnic devices in functioning. Specifically, it applies to products which have been evaluated and tested in accordance with the IMO Recommendation on testing of life-saving appliances, and type approved by maritime administrations to the requirements of the IMO Life-Saving Appliance (LSA) Code for use on ships subject to the requirements of the 1974 Safety of Life at Sea Convention (as amended). The basic principles may be considered suitable for pyrotechnic life-saving appliances manufactured to other than the IMO requirements, however ISO 15736:2006 applies directly only to products for which it contains specific requirements.

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ISO 24408:2005 specifies production tests and inspections, and marking requirements for position-indicating lights used in conjunction with various items of life-saving equipment, including survival craft interior lights. Specifically, it applies to position-indicating lights which have been type approved by or on behalf of a national maritime safety administration, to the requirements of the International Maritime Organization LSA Code, for use in ships subject to the requirements of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 (as amended). The basic principles may also be considered suitable for position-indicating lights manufactured to other than the IMO requirements.

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This International Standard specifies the content, type, design, layout and usage of shipboard plans for fireprotection appliances, structural fire protection, life-saving appliances and arrangements, and means of escape. It also specifies graphical symbols and illustrations used in such plans.

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This International Standard specifies performance and testing requirements for hydrostatic release units used in conjunction with float-free lifesaving appliances including inflatable liferafts and Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRB 's). Hydrostatic release units which comply with this International Standard and which have been formally approved by the cognizant Maritime Safety Administration may be considered to comply with the 1974 Safety Of Life At Sea Convention (SOLAS 74) and the IMO Life-Saving Appliances Code, as amended.

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